|Job Ref:||204749342||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Birmingham||Address:||Post Code:||B12||Post Date:||07/10/2016 04:22|
We are currently supporting an OEM in maturing various internal commodities (roof, door, cockpit & console systems) for a new vehicle through the Virtual Design gateways and RFQ phase. We will be engaged through to the manufacture & assembly phases to deliver a market leading product on time, to quality & to cost.
We are seeking a number of Product Engineers on a contract basis to join our successful and growing team to develop the customer product, while advising our client regarding feasibility & development throughout product maturation.
Purpose of Job
As a Product Engineer you will be part of a core team of Engineers and Designers tasked with the design, development and integration of a given commodity.
You will be assigned a particular element/area of the product and will develop this through the virtual phases to the agreed program timing and achieve on time tooling kick off with a fully validated, compliant and optimised design.
Engineering Degree or equivalent
Proven experience in Product Engineering role working within automotive interiors
Tier 1 or 2 experience preferred in A-surface components, kinematic\c parts, injection mouldings and post wrapped parts
Cradle-to-grave project exposure
Knowledge of role-related technical skills: GD&T, DFM/DFA, CAE/FEA, CAD, FMEA, DVP&R.
Experience of working with Directed Source Suppliers (DSS)
Experience in generating design concepts and surface development desirable
In-depth knowledge of automotive manufacturing processes and testing/validation standards
Design for Manufacture
Design for Assembly
Awareness of CFD & CAE
Pictorial Bill of Material generation
Design according customer styling, technical requirements and specifications
Responsibility of design, development & delivery of product concept to PSW
Incorporate internal & external design requirements & specifications
Master section definition